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TeWinkle Middle School

Newport-Mesa Unified School District

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    Students: English / Spanish

    Parents: English / Spanish

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    March madness reading challenge

    March Madness Reading Challenge

    Click on the link below to access the Google Slides. Make a copy of the slides by clicking "File" and scrolling down to "Make a Copy". Record the books you read! 

    Spring fundraiser

    Spring Fundraiser

    Buy your candy at See's and help TeWinkle Middle School with our Spring Fundraiser!

    1. Go to our Fundraiser website (linked below). 
    2. Make your purchase (prices may vary).
    3. Your item(s) will be mailed to directly to you.

     Flyer: English and Spanish

    Tewinkle spirit days

    TeWinkle Spirit Days

    Make sure to wear a College Shirt on Mondays, a Positive Shirt on Wednesdays, and a TeWinkle shirt or colors on Fridays! 

    Level 2 Orientation

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    Start of the school year General Information

    Presentation Slides: English/Spanish

    Gold Ribbon School LogoPBIS Silver Award

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    ATTENDANCE LINE

    Please call the TeWinkle Middle School attendance line, 714-424-5902, when your child is absent from school

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    About Us

    During Middle School, we recognize that students are developing individually, intellectually, and are creating their own independent beliefs. We foster an environment where we empower our students by recognizing their diverse needs and individual strengths and use that knowledge to build lifelong learners. As a Project Lead the Way (PLTW) School, we offer an array of classes that are innovative and rigorous and focus on a STEAM initiative. In addition to PLTW, students can also be participants of music, AVID, Publications or ASB, giving all students an opportunity to become involved in areas of their own personal interest.  In the classroom, our students will be engaged in 21st-century learning. We promote peer to peer engagement, high levels of critical thinking, culturally relevant instruction, and students will be challenged to think outside of the box. Our goal is to prepare students for high school and build a culture where we nurture our stakeholder's desires as it relates to college and career. Every student matters. And we believe that every dream can be their reality.